Sports in Menorca

Menorca is a great place to be outdoors. There is a huge variety of watersports on offer, including sailing, diving, water ski-ing, windsurfing, fishing and of course sea swimming. Riding is also very popular here, as can be seen at the jaleo in any town fiesta!

The fantastic and varied countryside make Menorca a great place for walking and cycling and birdwatching is also very popular, as many migratory birds can be seen, especially in the Spring and Autumn and particularly around the natural park at Es Grau and Albufera. Boat trips are popular with families, from one day and evening cruises (which Menorca Gold are happy to arrange on your behalf), to a trip on a glass bottomed boat with real sea views.

We have provided some contact details below, but these do change from time to time, so where activities are particularly important to you, we recommend checking with local tourist information.

Golf

The only course on the island is at Son Parc on the North coast, and this is open year round. The course now has a full 18 holes and to a design by the man who also designed The Belfry, Dave Thomas (an ex-Ryder cup player), but is already considered championship quality.

Club de Golf Son Parc – 971 188 875.

Diving

  • Diving Centre Cala Galdana – 629 73 48 73
  • Diving Centre Fornells – 971 37 64 31
  • Ulmo Diving Centre Addaya – 971 35 90 05
  • S’Algar Diving – 971 15 06 01

Tennis

  • Mahon Cami de Trepuco 4 – 971 36 57 03
  • Club Tenis, Coves Noves – 971 35 80 92
  • Malbuger Sahara 26 – 971 36 25 35
  • Sant Luis Pere Tuduri – 971 15 15 75

Watersports

  • S’Algar Aguasport offers a range of watersports – 971 15 06 01
  • Windsurfing Fornells – 971 18 81 50
  • Yellow Catamarans run one hour trips around Mahon’s harbour – 639 67 63 51

Horse Riding

  • Menorca a Cavall, Ferrerias – 971 37 46 37
  • Can Pouny Horseriding Centre Km 5.5 on the main Mahon to Fornells road – 630605397